Kristen Stewart enrols at university
Twilight star will study while shooting her new film Camp X-Ray
Tuesday 13 August 2013
Twilight star Kristen Stewart has enrolled at university, while continuing to shoot her new war film Camp X-Ray.
The 23-year-old millionaire, known for her role as Bella in the hit vampire films, left school at 13 to become an actress but she will return to study English literature at the University of California in Los Angeles.
Known as one of America’s top universities, UCLA is considered one of the best places to study English literature, despite not being an Ivy League college like Harvard, Yale or Brown.
K-Stew, who also dated Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson, said she had no regrets after leaving school promptly to be home-schooled on film sets.
A source told The Daily Mirror that the star is thinking of a life beyond film and she "cannot wait" to begin the course.
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